Knowledge is power. Knowledge enables us to make better decisions, helps to feel confident and energetic, additionally in the process improve our lives. But the above proclamation can only be true when more people stand around the idea to make available the scopes to gain knowledge unconditionally. Education is the only measure which can help a person to harvest knowledge and get established in the society securing a respected position and over all to become a good human being. It has been seen that a very few number of students from rural are able to conquer the challenges to become successful in life. The only reason for this low participation is that, adequate facility to gain knowledge is not available to all. After 68 years of Indian Independence, the country still lacks the basic faculties to meet up the need that can produce leaders of future. By far one of the most pressing problems is the unavailability of money or inadequate funding of Indian education programs or systems. The demand far exceeds the supply, and available monies are only for the most basic educational needs of the students.
The focus of our Indian students is only to score good marks but they do not know how to sell thought to others. Parents are always concerned about grades and think that scoring higher marks can change their children’s life. But reality is hard. Students scoring above distinction often find difficulties to get into colleges for higher education. In fact yet after completing their respective courses they are not able to get suitable employment. Consequently they fail to convince others due to lack of much required soft skills in professional life. It is not necessary that all students should aim to be engineer or doctor. There are plentiful opportunities lying in the system but those remain unexplored to students due to the lack of proper guidance.
M.A. (English), B.Ed